Motel 6 Elkton
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Our first morning at the campsite finds us highly motivated (more on this later) to head out early to the nearby town of Woodstown for breakfast. The main street is festooned with Halloween-Themed Scarecrows. One announces that the Woodstown Diner has the best Pumpkin Pancakes. We decide to test this claim and are delighted by the ambience while Casey enjoys her massive and yummy pancake. Our daughter Kelsey and her husband Chris drive down from Philly ...
... some incredible views. I saw the huge National Memorial Arch which was built about 100 years ago for all of the soldiers who died there. I saw George Washington's headquarters, which is located right next to the reading railroad for you monopoly fans. The park was really scenic and I'm glad I went. It's crazy to think that if I hadn't talked to the South African guy at the grocery store, I wouldn't have gone to that coffee shop. And even if ...
... hotel, a few of us decided to take a walk along the rocky path, and I was out there for probably 2 hours, and tears were flowing. When we came back, I got ready to go out. We all started at Alexander, and even Maria son, Kostas, came with us! After we were there for a while, Kait, Gemma, Nick, Zack, Chris, Miranda, Ian, and myself decided to go to Colorado, a club at the end of bar street. We hadn’t gone before because there’s a 10 euro cover. But it was so worth it! They ...
... Passengers grumbled as their connecting flights become more of a memory.
I sat in the adjoining lounge, removed my Droid and Googled the name of the connecting airline (Pinnacle Airlines) and sighed with disbelief. Under the guise of Delta, I learned that Pinnacle Airlines filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on April 2, 2012; apparently, labor costs and maintenance expenses were eating into its profits. Their subsidiary, Colgan ...
... listen, dance, lounge, walk, hike, bike, rock scramble, run, explore, and love. I don't plan to ever go back to the way I lived before. A new way is before me. I'm on a path.
Assuming that a fair number of establishments offer free wi-fi now, I should be able to post anecdotes regularly.